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By @ 07/04/15 in Gay travel, ManAboutWorld, Provincetown, Towleroad, Travel
July 4th in Provincetown in ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine

Happy 4th via our friends at Towleroad in Provincetown and Instagram

We hope you are having a fun, safe, happy, healthy July 4th with your kith and kin. We also hope you keep traveling all year round. It’s the best way to build bridges and open minds.

This photos is from our friends at Towleroad, a a leading online news source that we love for up-to-the-minute news relating to the LGBT community and some funny commentary. We contribute a weekly gay travel column. Check out our latest column, 5 Things Not To Miss: Montreal.

Photo: Courtesy Andy Towle on Instagram @andywasthere in Provincetown

You can check out our unique digital-born gay travel magazine for savvy gay travelers by downloading the ManAboutWorld App on the iTunes App Store or Google Play. We support iPads, Android tablets, iPhones and Android phones. There are a few free publications in all of the apps, and you can click here to register for a FREE three-month subscription. Go on, what are you waiting for!

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By @ 05/17/15 in Daily Dose, Gay travel, Provincetown, Travel

Bathing suitThere’s no time like the present to make those plans for Provincetown. Download our guide to:

  • Find the guesthouse that best suits your budget and tastes;
  • Get your restaurants lined up;
  • Figure out transport (reserve ferry tickets for busy weekends)

And note that July 4 is one of the most fun times to go for Independence 2015 and a whole lot more, but you have to like what you see in the photos (courtesy Crown & Anchor) here!

*DDTI=Daily dose of travel inspiration.


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By @ 07/15/14 in Daily Dose, Gay travel, ManAboutWorld, Provincetown, Travel

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWe love P-Town in the summer time, and with Bear Week having begun this past weekend, we wanted to give a shout out to our favorite gay New England beach town.

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By @ 06/25/14 in City Seen, Gay travel, ManAboutWorld, Provincetown, Travel


Good news for fans of P-Town: Edwige is reopening this summer under the guidance of Steven Frappolli, one of the original owners and the man behind Frappo66, along with Nancy Anne, the current owner. According to Frappolli, “we’re starting an entirely new dinner menu and studding it with updated favorites from Edwige’s past, Frappo66, and a bunch of new ideas. Think of it as a retro-innovative merger.” The summer months are the best to visit P’town. You’ll beat the crowds; the weather can be cool but the air is clean and the light sublime.

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By @ 03/15/13 in Event, Gay travel, ManAboutWorld, Provincetown, Travel
OMG, Miss Richfield 1981!

OMG, Miss Richfield 1981!

This just in highlights from the Provincetown Business Guild 2013 Calendar. For great trip-planning information, check out our Provincetown Long Weekend article in our September issue. (Download the magazine here.)

  • June 26-30: Provincetown International Film Festival. The 15th annual Provincetown International Film Festival is dedicated to showing new achievements in independent film and honoring the work of acclaimed and emerging directors, actors and producers.
  • July 1-7: Independence Week 2013. World-class DJs and parties make this the most popular July 4th destination on the circuit.
  • July 23-27: Girl Splash. The destination summer event for lesbians. Pool party, clam bakes, dune tours, and white hot dances. Come play at the beach!
  • August 3-10: Family Pride Week. A chance for children to meet other children with LGBT parents and for parents to meet other parents and share experiences. A parade and plenty of activities for all ages.
  • August 18-24: Carnival Week celebrates its 35th birthday! A week-long celebration of the 2013 theme “Viva Las Vegas” that transforms Provincetown into one big party. Boat cruise, inn stroll, music, special events, and of course, the famous carnival parade on the 22nd that attracts over 65,000 viewers and marches the length of Commercial Street.

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